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Aces And Eights Saloon Bar | Pizza | Venue - 156-158 Fortess Road, Tufnell Park London NW5 2HP
  • Folkandroots Present

    Folkandroots Present
    Thursday 27th October at Aces & Eights

  • Bad Babes New Tricks Comedy

    Bad Babes New Tricks Comedy
    Live at Aces & Eights this October

  • Live comedy and music

    Live Comedy And Music

  • Hire out for amazing parties!

    Hire Out For Amazing Parties!

  • Seats fill up quick for Happy Hour

    Seats Fill Up Quick For Happy Hour

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FEATURED ACT
Andy Barr presents: An Audience with Alastair Bridge
Wednesday 16th November 2022 at Aces & Eights »
Travel writer Alastair Bridge, freed from house arrest, appears live to promote his new book.

Join renowned travel writer, restaurant critic and flaneur, Alastair Bridge - freed from house arrest for one afternoon only - for an exhilarating journey around the world without leaving the relative comfort of Tufnell Park, London! Alastair will recount some of his many travels, drunken exploits, forthright opinions and resultant legal difficulties. This event is sponsored by the Darkwater DeHavilland Corporation.

Alastair's handler, Andy Barr, has been described as 'off-key delight' (Skinny) whose 'comic timing and gestures are impeccable' ★★★★ (List) and an 'Alt-comedy favourite' (Time Out)